Travel App of the Week: Coffitivity

CoffitivityCoffitivity is for those road warriors who like to go to coffeeshops on the road to get their work done, often by using inexpensive (or free) Wi-Fi. If you’re in a place that doesn’t have a coffeeshop, but need the background noise to get your creative thinking cap on (think about it—you might), then this app might be for you.

Check this out: Coffitivity streams the ambient sounds of a coffeeshop right to your Apple device. You can mix Coffitivity with iTunes, easily adjust the balance of Coffitivity and your music, filter through multiple Coffitivity audio tracks to choose your ideal environment or use Coffitivity even without access to the internet. It costs $1.99 and is for iPhones, Macs and iPads.

Johnny Jet

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Johnny Jet

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4 Comments on "Travel App of the Week: Coffitivity"

  1. I do not own, nor want to own a cel phone. Some contests require you to have one; thus, I miss out on some surveys.

  2. What a weird app… Have you tried it? I love working in coffeehouses and do that as often as I can when in my hometown Vienna. Not sure an app would do the job, unless it smells of coffee, serves it and lets me muster coffeehouse guests as I think…

  3. I tried it last night while writing a blog post. What normally would have taken me two hours took me one, surprisingly. I heard about it on a podcast that detailed the study Coffitivity features on its homepage, saying the coffeehouse ambiance is actually more conducive to productivity than absolute quiet.

    Unfortunately, the site seems to be down today, but they have the sound on Soundcloud, luckily.

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